The Larmer Tree is set in the heart of the Cranborne Chase, an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Wiltshire/ Dorset border, well away from the hustle and bustle of busy modern life. This beautiful 11-acre garden, created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880, was one of the first Victorian Pleasure Gardens and is an extraordinary example of Victorian extravagance and now home to free roaming peacocks and pair of macaws.
The Larmer Tree’s 11 acre garden and two elegant halls, The Jubilee Hall and The New Pavilion, are available for Weddings and Receptions on an exclusive use basis, all year round.
They offer the most unique setting for a relaxed and informal, quintessential English Country Wedding. Celebrate in the company of your family and friends with pimms, deck chairs and garden games in high summer; or with mulled cider, hot canapés and roast venison in deepest winter. Whatever the weather or season, you can be assured of a first class personal service. This magical venue is a wonderful setting for such an important occasion and offers an experience hard to match.
Civil ceremonies can be held inside the Jubilee Hall or The General’s Room and outside in the Roman Temple or the Lower Indian Room. The choice of your marriage room is personal and will depend on your guest numbers, but be assured the Larmer Tree have total flexibility whatever the weather!